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I use netcom as my isp. i have uploaded by ftp a home page (www.gees.co.uk) and I have my images on the same file  (I think), but the images do not appear. Can you help me?
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Your images uploaded properly.  However, they have lowercase filenames, and in your html, you are using uppercase filenames.  They are case-sensitive.

Another problem (though I don't know that it will matter) is with your html; you have the <IMG> tag formatted as follows:

<IMG SRC= "QBALLPEN.GIF"< align=top>

Instead, this should be written as:

<IMG SRC="qballpen.gif" align=top>

These two fixes should solve your problems.
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